It's ALL translational
That conviction drives the research in our Cancer Biology, Molecular Imaging and Physics Divisions as well as in the Clinical Division where the most obvious translation occurs. Our scientists believe that their work in genomics or metabolomics or cancer cell biology is as much about improving cancer therapy as are quality of life studies and testing of new combination therapies or novel agents. Our physicists have been and continue to be leaders in the development of various imaging techniques to advance treatment planning and ever more precise delivery radiation therapy. Learn more about our department's research efforts below.
Investigate some of the current research in Radiation Oncology.
Get more information about ongoing clinical trials and and how you can get involved.
Learn more about the work done in our laboratories and the meaning of "bench to bedside" research.
Recent news on breakthroughs for Radiation Oncology research at Michigan Medicine.
Experimental irradiation shared resources are provided for research studies.